Q. I try to be good at almost everything and do whatever I do perfectly. That's the way I was raised. I'm always tired but the doctor says there's nothing wrong with me physically. Can I put my fatigue down to an aging brain?
Q. I’ve been to several seminars recently where the speaker talked about brain strengths and weaknesses. I didn’t hear that at your seminar and wondered if there was a reason for that omission?
Q. I’m often tired after spending time with a specific individual. Is it possible for this person to impact my energy levels?
Q. I need to get a better handle on how I expend energy, and the activities/people/events that exhaust me. Any suggestions?
Q. Recently I seem to be more fatigued than ever, yet my last physical exam was normal. Any ideas?
Q. My husband and I are both accountants. Every year at tax time I seem to tire faster. He says it’s all in my head. Is it really?
Q: One of my customers exhausts me! How is it possible for this person to impact my energy levels so drastically?
Q. Recently I heard you talk about the energy factories in cell mitochondria, and that 1% of our DNA is found in one's maternal mitochondria. Is there anything I can do to help keep my energy factories healthy?
Q. A physician, I am presently staying home with my two-year old. Much of the time I feel exhausted or as if I’m going nuts. No one talked about this in medical school. Any suggestions?
Q. Sometimes I feel so tired, so completely out of energy, and all I’ve done is sit at my desk and labor over paperwork! Why?